The last time Mike Sullivan saw his friends Elana Fric-Shamji and Mohammed Shamji for dinner, the Toronto couple — both respected physicians — filled the room with laughter and finished each other’s sentences.
It was their typical loving, supportive persona, both in life and online.
Just last week, Shamji, a 40-year-old Toronto neurosurgeon, tweeted support for his wife’s work with the Ontario Medical Association (OMA).
And in 2014, he posted about his 11 years of “married bliss” to 40-year-old Fric-Shamji, a family doctor in the city’s Scarborough neighbourhood and mother to the couple’s three children.
“She is the moon of my life,” he wrote, quoting the fantasy TV series Game of Thrones.
“And you are…